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Lots of things happened in 2015—some good, some not-so-good. But each year, EEW Magazine evaluates the stories our readers showed most interest in based on clicks and page views.

Though many events impacted faith-based news enthusiasts, our editors have compiled 10 that especially grabbed our audience’s attention.

Here they are.

#10 Andrae’Crouch passes away.

Andrae’ Crouch, a seven-time Grammy winner and gospel music legend, left the gospel industry—and the world—mourning when he died Thursday, January 8 at a Los Angeles-area hospital. Crouch was 72 and had been hospitalized at Northridge Hospital Medical Center.

Crouch’s December 1st bout with illness forced the postponement of his “Let the Church Say Amen Celebration Tour”—something that drew a great lineup of talent within the gospel industry.

#9 Marilyn Mosby becomes the black community’s fearless shero.

Credit: Annie Leibovitz, Vogue, July 2015From the day Baltimore’s 35-year-old prosecutor Marilyn Mosby filed charges against six police officers in the death of Freddie Gray, she became an instant sensation, and the fearless shero of the African-American community.

The bold and courageous state’s attorney was on the lips of everyone and was profiled in Vogue, discussing why she brought swift and severe charges against law enforcement.

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